Uptime

Uptime is a measure of the time a machine, typically a computer, has been working and available. Uptime is the opposite of downtime.It is often used as a measure of computer operating system reliability or stability, in that this time represents the time a computer can be left unattended without crashing, or needing to be rebooted for administrative or maintenance purposes.[citation needed]Conversely, long uptime may indicate negligence, because some critical updates can require reboots on some platforms.
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  • VITAL: 15 Predictions to Read Before You Start a Blog in 2015

    … of talk about guest posting being dead after Google’s Matt Cutts declared that the links weren’t so good for SEO more. Nonsense. Guest posting will still work just as well as it ever has. And if you are about to start a blog it is vital that you know that guest posting is still one of the absolute best ways to get your name out there and grow traffic…

    Blog Tyrantin Social SEO EMail Blogging- 20 readers -
  • The Easiest Way To Protect Your Campaigns From Wasted Spend

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    Jeremy Page/ PPC Heroin Paid Search- 13 readers -
  • 7 Critical Success Factors for Ecommerce This Holiday

    … or breaks your holiday selling success? Site performance The average cost of downtime for an ecommerce website is an estimated $4700/minute. There’s nothing more critical than website uptime and performance during peak periods. It’s not just outages that can be devastating. Slow loading pages at any point of the shopping journey (not just the home…

    Linda Bustos/ Get Elasticin Social Paid Search EMail- 15 readers -
  • Looking at the RUBS for Blogging Success

    …. One key aspect is to look at a webhost’s RUBS before committing to their service. RUBS is an acronym for: Reputation, Uptime, Backups and Support. Reputation One of the benefits of so many people blogging is that you can learn from their experience. You are connected to a community that likes to talk and are more than willing to tell you what…

    The Blog Heraldin Facebook Twitter- 6 readers -
  • 5 Best Hosting Solutions for Affiliate Marketers

    Posted on 28 October 2014. HostGator HostGator has over 400,000 customers and hosts more than 8 million domains. These statistics are nothing short of an indicator of how good HostGator is with their customers and the quality of their services. There may not be many high profile sites that are resource intensive that use HostGator but for smaller websites HostGator is a per ...

    Caitlynn Cush/ Scoop- 8 readers -
  • Essential Considerations for Choosing a Website Hosting Company

    … visitors will have a poor experience (or no experience at all if your site is not available!). Uptime In an ideal scenario, your hosting provider is available 100% of the time, all year around. But that is never the case. Find the hosting provider with the best uptime. SiteGround’s current statistics are 99.999% uptime over the last month. Find out…

    Ian Cleary/ RazorSocial- 14 readers -
  • Review: SiteGround Hosting Services

    … ones”. The fact that there are so many web hosting providers, basically offering the same “services”, makes it even harder to make a quick decision, as to which service would be the right fit for your hosting needs. In my case, I started from a free service and then shifted over a “shared-hosting” service. Today, I am again considering changing…

    Home Based Business Resources- 24 readers -
  • 10 Reasons Why You Should Have Your Website Externally Monitored

    … the way it should is not a failure for a Web-hosting company. Second, providers don't really care about informing their clients about every single downtime, especially in the case of Service Level Agreements (SLA) specifying penalties for not reaching agreed uptime levels (commonly 99.8-99.9%). It's good to be able to verify uptime reports delivered…

    MarketingProfsin Google Facebook- 11 readers -
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